EA sends word that its co-op shooter Army of Two will release on November 15 for Xbox 360 and PS3.
The publisher has made bold promises where Army of Two is concerned, such as how the game will "redefine the co-op action/shooter genre".
Gameplay revolves around cooperation between the two protagonists, who are plunged into various hot spots and have to work together to achieve objectives. Naturally you can play it with a pal or AI, or seamlessly interchange between the two.
We're not sure about "redefinition," but after having a bash at EA's HQ yesterday, we're confident that Army of Two will tear up Xbox Live and PSN this holiday season.
Whether it can surpass the cooperative car-flinging fun of Realtime World's Crackdown though, remains to be seen.
Check out our hands-on impressions here.
July 24, 2007